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Great article from Robert Reich.
Exactly, i used it on my mom once and she got angry, now she uses it with her friends.
Oh yeah, completely brilliant. I wish I could find the whole debate, but so far no luck. Have you seen Stephen Fry's opening statement from the same debate? It is just as fantastic.
I am and always will be a Googler. One of my favorite sites is lmgtfy.com for that very reason.
I also like the "instant MBA" one. They usually have a quote from a business leader, today's was from a guy from Google. Looking back, maybe it is similar to what you are talking about:
"Today's advice comes from Google+ executive Vic Gundotra's interview with McClatchy:
"We’re a heated team, a passionate team, lots of good fights, but it’s a team that is pretty amazing. Good people who are gelling together as a team."
"You had to be pretty nutty. You had to be entrepreneurial. You had to be willing to take risks. There was very little reason to have faith that this effort would be more successful than the earlier ones."
Gundotra, in charge of Google+ along Bradley Horowitz, says the team worked together on a single floor, this way they could have discussions and debates and trouble-shoot problems on the way to the restroom or to have lunch, without having to schedule a meeting."
Oh good, they are a good read.
I think you have to select which ones you want. I forget exactly how though.
Around 10am every morning (that is when i get time at work to eat my breakfast) i sit on my phone and read the 60 seconds email.
It is nice to see that all business websites arent hateful of government. They arent liberal but it is nice to see some non-partisan reporting.
You should sign up for the newsletters from BusinessInsider.com. I like the "Chart of the Day" and the "Politics in 60 seconds" ones. Here is an example of the chart of the day:
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IT'S A TRAP!
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